Windows, window eves and doors in Modernist design often form the centerpiece of a buildings design, as is the case in the Commonwealth Bank in Toowoomba. There are a number of other buildings in the main central street of Toowoomba with a similar design.
By the 1950s a lot of architecture was stripped down and raw angles and shapes shaped building design. These windows (pictured) protect the interior spaces from the harsh heat and sunlight. I love the angles and repetition that project outwards and downwards.
There are many fascinating building 'accessory' designs that I've captured throughout Australia and will appear as a feature gallery in a future post.
About Thomas Ryan Photography
This major photographic project documents 20th Century Modernism throughout Australia. Join me, Thomas Ryan, on a photographic journey as I document Australian 20th Century Modernism through the camera lens. Art Deco, Inter-war, Post War, Brutalism,are just some of the styles I document in this fascinating period in Australia's built history.
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